Business Social - September 21
From left: Andre Gooden, group business development manager at the JSE, converses with Simone Hudson, assistant vice-president of alternatives and fund management; and Steven Gooden, CEO of NCB Capital Markets. (Photos: Karl Mclarty)

The Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE) last week hosted the grand finale of its 2021/22 Market Research Competition.

The event, held on September 14 at the JSE Harbour Street offices in downtown Kingston, saw presentations from this year's finalist Jamelia Jalaalwalikraam and Nickard Swaby, both research analysts with NCB Capital Markets Limited, as they vie for the coveted first-place title along with a number of prizes and awards.

In case you missed the happenings, we hook you up with photo highlights in this Wednesday's edition of the Business Social.

Representatives of NCB Capital Markets Ltd share in a photo with Jamelia Jalaalwalikraam (third right) after she was declared the winner of this year's Market Research Competition held at the JSE.
Annya Walker (centre), vice-president of strategy, research, innovation & projects at NCB Capital Markets, is flanked by finalists of the 2021 JSE Market Research Competition after being awarded with their cheques during a ceremony held on Septemeber 14.
Jamelia Jalaalwalikraam (right) receives an award from Andre Gooden after being declared the winner of this year's staging of the JSE's Market Research Competition.
From left: Andre Gooden, Simone Hudson, Nickard Swaby, second place winner; Annya Walker, Jamelia Jalaalwalikraam, 2021/22 winner of the JSE Market Research Competition, and Steven Gooden converse during the grand finale event held at the JSE offices in downtown Kingston.
Simone Hudson of NCB Cap Markets presents a cheque to colleague and second-place winner Nickard Swaby during a recent ceremony held by the JSE.
Annya Walker shares a word with the two finalists of the 2021/22 Market Research Competition.

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